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comment Where do I find a list of terminal key codes to remap shortcuts in bash?
@vib. That's lowercase L not digit 1
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
@Falsenames only the first paragraph is for zsh. The rest is either shell agnostic or bash specific. The Q&A doesn't have to be useful only to bash users.
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
You'll need another relaying cat <&9. For winch, either the shell has its own handler and your trap will be ignored or it hasn't and COLS/LINES won't be updated.
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
You'll want to also set stdout and stderr to that slave (and relay to the host tty). and do a stty raw -echo on the host (no isig no opost...)
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
The ? to query is only for font and color there, not titles
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
I can't get that to work in anything but terminology (which btw has several other similar vulnerabilities). That CVE being over 12 years old and relatively well known I'd be surprised if any of the main terminal emulator had the same vulnerability. Note that with xterm, that's \e[20t (not \e]1;?\a)
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
That's CVE-2003-0063
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comment Can bash write to its own input stream?
What terminals did you manage to get that working in? That kind of thing was being abused in the olden days and should be disabled by default nowadays. With xterm, you can still query the icon title with \e[20t but only if configured with allowWindowOps: true.
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comment free alternative to Stat/Transfer for Linux?
Rather than refering to a software which hardly anybody here will know about, you should rather ask for a Linux solution for what you want to do. There are zillions of tools to convert data from different database or other formats, you'll want to be more specific.
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